Jimmy John’s Alfalfa Sprouts Class Action Settlement

A class action settlement over allegations Jimmy John's sold sandwiches that were falsely advertised as containing alfalfa sprouts has been preliminarily approved by a California judge. If you purchased a sandwich from Jimmy John's that was advertised as containing sprouts but did... Read More »

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Pfizer, Wyeth Hit with Effexor Birth Defect Lawsuit by Mo. Couple

A Missouri couple filed an Effexor lawsuit against Pfizer Inc. and their subsidiary, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, for the injuries their child has suffered. Plaintiffs Janet Lee and Jeffery Lynn Wheeler's son was born with multiple birth defects, which the couple alleges was directly caused... Read More »

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Payless ZIP Code Class Action Dismissed by Mass. Federal Judge

A class action lawsuit filed against Payless Shoesource Inc. alleging that the company illegally stored ZIP codes it collected from its customers was dismissed by a Massachusetts federal judge Monday. U.S. District Judge George O’Toole said that he tossed the Payless class… Read More »

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Victoza Should Not Be Used for Weight Loss, Group Says

Public Citizen, a prominent consumer watchdog group, has petitioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to not expand the diabetes drug Victoza to be used for weight loss purposes, telling the FDA that Victoza is "too toxic to be approved for weight loss... Read More »

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Takeda Faces Actos Bladder Cancer Class Action By Third-Party Group

A number of members of the Painters and Allied Trades District Council 82 Health Care Fund (“Painters Fund”) filed an Actos lawsuit, and formed an Actos multidistrict litigation (MDL ) against Takeda Pharmaceuticals. The Actos patients along with the Painters Fund, which paid for... Read More »

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